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the introduction of blood or blood plasma into a vein or artery;
or: the action of pouring a liquid from one vessel to another
  • It can be treated with monthly transfusions.
    p. 16.6
  • Up to thirty percent of patients respond to a regimen of biweekly transfusions of packed red blood cells.
    p. 72.3
  • I underwent my second transfusion.
    p. 91.7
  • THE NEXT MORNING, I arrived at the office straight from an eight o'clock transfusion, feeling light-headed, slightly woozy.
    p. 128.1
  • I told her that I was already undergoing packed–red cell transfusions twice a week.
    p. 143.3
  • I had my fourth transfusion scheduled at Moffett, the hematology unit, at five-thirty.
    p. 162.1
  • My hair was pulled up, I was in an old Berkeley T-shirt that I sometimes slept in, and I felt drained and anxious from my transfusion.
    p. 169.3
  • Medved would like a word with you before we start," said Sara, my transfusion nurse.
    p. 222.2
  • "I see we've undergone four packed—red cell transfusions so far...."
    p. 223.1
  • Packed–red cell transfusions.
    p. 319.3

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